The Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce recently expanded there office. The following is a photo preview of the Chamber's new office and what it would be like if you worked there.
The lobby of the Chamber of Commerce is sponsored by Questar and Zions Bank.
There were copies of the Deseret News stacked on the table. We're not sure if they put those out because they knew we were coming.
The Wells Fargo board room was originally three separate rooms, but they were combined into one that now holds a little more than 100 people.
The balcony is just outside of the Wells Fargo room. The Wells Fargo building can be seen from the same room the bank sponsors.
Anne Marie Thompson, a business consultant for the Women's Business Center, works in front of the skyline view in her office.
Jana Scott, the coordinator for Prosperity 2020, works next to the Downtown Alliance employees. Prosperity is a push from Utah business leaders to improve education in the state.
Lane Beattie, president and chief executive officer at the Chamber, finishes some paperwork at his desk in his corner office.
Staker Parson Companies sponsored the Chamber chief's office, which includes arm chairs, a conference table and display cases for accolades.
Beattie points to one of his proudest achievements, which was his help in the the Salt Lake Olympics. His office has three display cases.
The receptionist, Bonnie Larson, chats with fellow employees, including Beattie, in the front lobby.
She was camera shy.
The Chamber uses this studio to film videos and podcasts.
Heidi Walker, chief operating officer at the Chamber of Commerce, vacuums one of the halls in the newly expanded portion of the office. Many executives were vacuuming to prepare for the open house they had on November 30.
A collection of portraits adorn one of the halls in the new portion of the office. The frames display every person the Chamber has honored as "A Giant of Our City,"including Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman Jr. and Former LDS President Gordon B. Hinckley.
"Our sodas are 50 cents a piece, which probably makes them the cheapest in the city," said Marty Carpenter, the Chamber's director of communication.